Anglo-Saxon Girl Names

Aelfgifu

AELFGIFU (Ælfgifu): Elf gift Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ælf elf, and giefu gift

Aelflaed

(Ælflæd): Elfin beauty Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ælf elf, and flæd beauty

Aelfthryth

Elf strength Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ælf elf and þryð strength

Aethel

Nickname for longer Anglo-Saxon names containing the element Aethel/Æðel, meaning noble

Aethelflaed

Noble beauty Original Anglo-Saxon form of English Ethelfleda, composed of the Old English elements ædel noble and flæd beauty

Aethelinda

(Æðelinda): Noble serpent Original Anglo-Saxon form of English Ethelinda, composed of the Old English elements ædel noble and lindi serpent, dragon

Aethelthryth

Noble strength Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements æðel noble and þryð strength

Aethelu

Pet form of Anglo-Saxon Aethel, meaning noble

Aidith

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Ailith, meaning seasoned warrior

Ailith

Female Anglo-Saxon name meaning seasoned warrior Variant Aidith exists.

Annis

Anglo-Saxon form of Agnes, meaning chaste; holy

Balthild

Anglo-Saxon name of the wife of Clovis II, king of Burgundy and Neustria, meaning bold battle

Bathild

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Balthild, meaning bold battle

Bathilda

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Balthild, meaning bold battle

Bathilde

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Balthild, meaning bold battle

Bathylle

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Balthild, meaning bold battle

Batilde

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Balthild, meaning bold battle

Beorthtraed

Anglo-Saxon name meaning bright counselor

Bertrade

Anglo-Saxon name meaning bright counsel

Branda

Feminine form of Anglo-Saxon Brand, meaning sword

Cyneburga

Royal fortress Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements cyne royal and burg fortress

Eadburga

Rich fortress Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead fortune, riches, prosperity, and burg fortress

Eadgyth

Fortune and strife Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead fortune, riches, prosperity and gyð strife This was the name of the wife of Edward the Confessor and it is the original form of Edith.

Ealdgyth

Old battle Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eald old and gyð battle

Ebba

Pet form of Anglo-Saxon Eadburga, meaning rich fortress

Elfa

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Elva, meaning elf friend

Elva

Abbreviated form of Anglo-Saxon Elvina, meaning elf friend

Elvina

Feminine form of Anglo-Saxon Elvin, meaning elf friend

Eoforhild

Boar-battle Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eofor boar and hild battle

Frideswide

Peace-strong Anglo-Saxon name composed of the elements frið peace and swiðe strong

Frithswith

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Frideswide, meaning peace-strong

Hrodwyn

Famous joy Anglo-Saxon name composed of the elements hrod famous and wynn joy

Milburga

Gentle fortress Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements milde gentle and burg fortress

Mildreth

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Mildryth, meaning gentle strength

Mildryth

Gentle strength Original Anglo-Saxon form of Mildred, composed of the Old English elements milde gentle and þryð strength

Sunngifu

Sun-gift Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements sunne sun and giefu gift

Sunniva

Scandinavian form of Anglo-Saxon Sunngifu, meaning "sun gift."

Swanhild

Swan battle Anglo-Saxon name, composed of the Old English elements swan swan and hild battle
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